Time gives the works that end up remaining in the studio some wear, whether physical or conceptual and, constantly, when looking around, the artist considers the need to redesign some of his “creatures” – if not as poetic, then less while form.

It is in this clash between the past (and its resulting experiences) and the daily reality of the studio, where this collection accumulates, that the artist seeks – through the ideas, techniques, attempts, successes and mistakes he amassed – your “Salvados”.

These artworks have as support reclaimed works, where some traces, textures and colors are still noticeable.

Mixed media on burned plywood panel, signed in both sides, borders with black wood and ready to hang.

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